Tag Archives: tactical issues

Creating A Tactic – The Paysandu Way #3

In this third part of the series, I focus on analysing matches and splitting it up into sections. If you've not yet seen the first two parts of the series, you can catch up with them here; Continue reading Creating A Tactic – The Paysandu Way #3

Creating A Tactic – The Paysandu Way #2

In the last article I spoke about how I prepare for creating a tactic based on a real life team, concept, specific style of play and so on. This article will focus on how I approach creating a tactic based on just an idea I have. To start with, let me explain to you a bit about the idea I had. Continue reading Creating A Tactic – The Paysandu Way #2

The W-M Formation – Match Analysis

In the last part of the Paysandu series I wrote, I spoke about the W-M formation and explained how I was going to use that. This post is a follow-up to that but this time, we focus on the stuff that happens during a match. I’ll highlight the pros and cons of what I see and explain about possible fixes, if it’s something that is happening constant. Continue reading The W-M Formation – Match Analysis

Inspiring Concepts #1 – Celtic’s Strikerless 1-2-to-2-1

This is a piece written by okereke over on the SI forums, he's also on twitter under the handle @chapulana. So if you like this article be sure to follow him, or if you have any questions he will be more than happy to answer them. Continue reading Inspiring Concepts #1 – Celtic’s Strikerless 1-2-to-2-1

A Rough Diamond Part Two

For this second part of the 442 narrow diamond project, I’ll be focusing on the roles I’ll be using to start with. I’ve no idea if they’ll work when it comes around to playing an actual match, but regardless, we need some kind of starting point. I’m confident the roles would work though and will just need a little refining to polish things up. Continue reading A Rough Diamond Part Two